The Exhibition's full title is Pre-Raphaelites Victorian avant-garde.
The exhibition is held in 7 rooms, each room has a different theme, they are: Origins and Manifesto, History, Nature, Salvation, Beauty, Paradise and Mythologies.
Before going into the exhibition, everyone is given an illustrated guide, with a page to illuminate each room, and a colour illustration from the room.
Here's the front cover depicting Dante Gabriel Rossetti's 'Astarte Syriaca' 1877:
There was an exhibition of work by William Roberts, one of his pieces is shown below:
One of which is shown below. The colours he has used are superb, more examples of his work are on the Tate website.
To have a look at the artworks at the Tate: www.tate.org.uk
Walking from Victoria coach station to the Tate, these were notable:
The Pre-Raphaelite exhibition is on until the 13th of January 2013, so try and get there before it's over.